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MAN Engines confirms partnership with Princess Yachts

MAN Engines and Princess Yachts continue their successful partnership. The British manufacturer of luxury motorboats and MAN Engines have agreed to extend their partnership until at least the end of 2025. MAN Engines will fit all Princess models from 65 feet upwards with V12 and V8 engines during th...

Cat @ Suez Canal

Cat and Mak give 127 MW (172.600 HP) at the large container ship, named Ever Given, who unblocked Suez Canal

Mtu: hydrogen solutions for power generation

Rolls-Royce Power Systems is further developing its mtu gas engine portfolio for power generation and cogeneration to run on hydrogen as a fuel and thus enable a climate-neutral energy supply.

Wärtsilä supplies Wuhu Shipyard and Siem Offshore

The technology group Wärtsilä will supply a comprehensive package of propulsion machinery for a new asphalt carrier vessel being built at the Wuhu Shipyard in China and will upgrade the ‘Siem Pride’ based Siem Offshore Rederi, for hybrid engine and battery propulsion

New QS Seamaster thrusters at Metstrade

QS Seamaster presents its new line of thrusters at Metstrade. QS Seamaster is designed by Saim Marine thanks to its experience of over 25 years in the marine business

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If diesel pollutes less…

Energy transition of Class II, switching to gas while maintaining a share of the latest generation diesel can generate fewer emissions than a rapid consecration of the LNG. The Politecnico di Milano has studied the guidelines for the renewal of the fleet

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ZF Marine pushes on hybrid

ZF Marine pushes on hybrid with a systems that enable the additional installation of electric drives with power levels between 150 and 750 kW

Scania and Whiteheaven

Scania and Whiteheaven, from the Scandinavian sea to to the Australian coral reef. The Whitehaven 8000 propulsion is powered by a couple of orange engines with the peak power at 2300 rpm and a peak torque of 4100 Nm at 1800 rpm. Top speed is 22 knots. The fabulous V8 challenges the competitors, brav...
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